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Old 21st March 2012
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Noisy Miner

An agressive Australian native which visits regularly but they do like to chase the other birds out of the garden.



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Re: Noisy Miner

Miners are prolific here too, Terry although they don't intimidate the ubiquitous Sulphur Crested Cockatoos, who are clearly 'boss cocky' around Wang'!
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When we first built in Hahndorf Terry, these were amongst the first birds to move into the garden, and they proceeded to chase anyone else away.
Now for some reason we havent any, so they met their match somewhere along the way.
I confess to missing their noisy behaviour.
I have kept a record of the birds in our yard, and it is interesting now to look back over the 30 odd years and note how the different species have changed.
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